An investor from Kuwait “Bosna u ocima Gulfa” doo Sarajevo plans to build an amusement park in Sarajevo, which will be the largest in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), as well as in the region.
An amusement park that would include, among other things, a roller coaster, a death train, a falling tower, a Ferris wheel, an ice rink, go-karts for children and adults, a room of digital illusions, a bowling alley, arcade machines and more than 50 devices for children and adults, a playground, a cafe restaurant and birthday hall, a few days ago it received its outlines in the project that will be realized in the Canton Sarajevo (CS) on an area of 30.000 square meters.
It is about content that follows world trends and that negotiations are ongoing with different levels of government with the aim of realizing the project, and the value of the investment is around 15 million euros.
Namely, it is planned to employ close to 200 workers in the amusement park, which will greatly contribute to the development of local communities and the enrichment of the tourist offer, given that the facilities will be available both to the local population and to those who come to our country.
The seriousness of this project is also indicated by the fact that “Bosna u ocima Gulfa” has been operating in BiH for five years and that it is available to tourists in terms of tourism, hospitality and real estate, with an emphasis on cooperation with local businesses and the population.
The director of this company, Hamad Alajmi, said that they regularly participate in support projects for local communities in BiH and that he saw the tourism potential of the country in which he invests enormous efforts, from promotion to building infrastructure.
In an interview, he emphasized that daily close to 20 million followers on social networks, which he manages, see the beauty of BiH that he promotes and that many of them come to our country every day.
“I am convinced that BiH is a hidden pearl that is worth investing in. Bosnians are a hard-working, warm-hearted and hospitable people, and I am particularly impressed by the fact that wherever we go, even though they don’t know me, they invite me and ‘stop by’ for coffee,” Alajmi said.
As it was found out, there is already a location that has been proposed for the construction of the amusement park, and domestic and foreign companies will participate in the construction, Klix.ba writes.